|Hidden Agenda 1999 R, 97 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Mystery / Thriller
aka: Secret Agenda
Director: Iain Paterson
Cast: Kevin Dillon, Andrea Roth, J.T. Walsh, Christopher Plummer, Michael Wincott, Daniel Kash, Paul Soles, Rod Wilson, Phillip Jarrett, Wendy Lyon, Denis Forest, Craig Gardne, Cintija Asperger, Richard Denison, Oliver Dawson
David (Kevin Dillon) heads to Berlin to claim the body of his CIA agent brother Michael (Rod Wilson) who he hasn't seen in years and discovers a computer disc that was left behind by Michael. David meets Monika Engelmann (Andrea Roth) who claims that the disc is hers. As Monica and David stay ahead of those pursuing them, he learns that the disc contains secret information, and David finds himself in the middle of international intrigue involving the CIA and the German secret police STASI.
|The Incredible Hulk 2008 PG-13, 114 min.|
Genre: Action / Fantasy / Sci-Fi
Director: Louis Leterrier
Cast: Edward Norton, Liv Tyler, Tim Roth, William Hurt, Tim Blake Nelson, Ty Burrell, Christina Cabot, Peter Mensah, Lou Ferrigno, Paul Soles, Debora Nascimento, Greg Bryk, Chris Owens, Alan Vrkjan, Adrian Hein
Bruce Banner (Edward Norton) is living incognito in Brazil and is separated from Betty (Liv Tyler), the woman he loves. As a fugitive on the run from the U.S. Military and Betty's father General Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross (William Hurt), Banner is trying to find a cure for his condition that turns him into a giant green monster–The Incredible Hulk. The General does track down Banner and sends Emil Blonsky (Tim Roth) to Brazil to capture him. But, Banner turns into the giant green beast and escapes. Blonsky sees the change in Banner and wants to obtain the same powers for himself. He undergoes his own monster metamorphosis and becomes the Abomination. Now, the pursuit of "giant creature" by "giant creature" ensues.
|Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer 1964 N/R, 52 min.|
Genre: Animation / Family / Fantasy / Musical
Director: Kizo Nagashima, Larry Roemer
Cast: Burl Ives, Larry D. Mann, Billie Mae Richards, Paul Soles, Stan Francis, Janet Orenstein, Alfie Scopp, Carl Banas, Corinne Conley, Peg Dixon, Paul Kligman
This is the now-classic animated, Christmastime TV offering of young Rudolph, the reindeer that was rejected because of his shiny nose. Sam the Snowman (voice of Burl Ives) tells Rudolph's story as the reindeer heads off on an adventure with his elf friend Hermie (voice of Paul Soles). When he comes to an island of misfit toys, Rudolph (voice of Billie Mae Richards) heads back to the North Pole to talk the cranky Santa (voice of Stan Francis) into helping the toys. With Christmas Eve at hand and fog covering the area, Santa has a "bright" idea. Filled with good songs.
|The Score 2001 R, 124 min.|
Genre: Drama / Action / Thriller
Director: Frank Oz
Cast: Robert De Niro, Edward Norton, Marlon Brando, Angela Bassett, Gary Farmer, Paul Soles, Jamie Harrold, Serge Houde, Jean-Rene Ouellet, Martin Drainville, Claude Despins, Richard Waugh, Mark Camacho, Gavin Svensson, Marie-Josee Colburn
Just one last heist is what aging safecracker Nick (Robert De Niro) is thinking when Max (Marlon Brando) talks him into robbing the Montreal Customs House. But, everything rests on the shoulders of Jack (Edward Norton), and Nick is not sure that he is up to handling his part of the deal.
|Ticket to Heaven 1981 PG, 107 min.|
Director: Ralph Thomas
Cast: Nick Mancuso, Saul Rubinek, Meg Foster, Kim Cattrall, R.H. Thomson, Jennifer Dale, Guy Boyd, Paul Soles, Robert Joy, Michael Wincott
This docudrama about religious cults features Nick Mancuso as a Toronto schoolteacher who naively joins a California cult and goes through the rituals of brain washing. Fortunately, a friend rescues him from his robotic existence and gets him into a deprogramming session.
|1. Hidden Agenda (1999)|
aka: Secret Agenda
2. The Incredible Hulk (2008)
3. Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964)
4. The Score (2001)
5. Ticket to Heaven (1981)
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